In his quest to gain compliance from a high school student, a Minnesota cop felt it proper to mace a student in the face. As the cop moves in to attempt to take the wincing student down, the student shoves the cop to the ground, a second cop responds by shooting the student with a taser, seemingly shooting him in his face or upper torso. After pumping 50,000 volts of electricity into the student, the cops finally get on top of him and proceed to punch him repeatedly in the back, then handcuff him.
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